יצחק גנוז

יצחק גנוז (נולד ב-1927) הוא חוקר פולקלור, סופר ומשורר. עורך כתב העת ידע-עם, במה לפולקלור יהודי.

Ganuz (Ganuzovitch) Yitzhak

יצחק גנוז - סופרים קוראים

A Writer, Poet, Folklore Researcher, Editor

Ganuz (Ganuzovitch) Yitzhak was born on 9.1.1927 in the town of Lida, Belarus, which between the two world wars was a part of Poland. He went to the “Tarbut” school. His father was arrested by the NKVD for his Zionistic activity and disappeared forever. His mother and her three children were expelled to Siberia to work in force labor cutting woods and building railroads. He immigrated to Israel by the “Exodus” ship and served as a member of the Leading Secretariat of the “Ocean Vigour” exile ship. He was sent back to Germany together with the youth group he had set up for immigration to Israel, and together with his mother, sister and brother. He immigrated to Israel in 1948 with the foreign enlistment volunteer youth group "GAHAL" by the Teti ship and fought in the Liberation War. He was a student of Hebrew literature and Jewish history at the Bar-Ilan University, a member of the Hebrew Writers Association, World Association for Judaism Sciences, a teacher of the Yiddish language and literature at the Bar-Ilan University and Lewinsky College. He published stories, poetry, folklore studies, critical articles in various journals starting from 1954. A researcher of folklore, 1648-1649 pogroms, Holocaust, Family Names in Israel, Jewish town wedding, child folklore, Chafetz Chayim's fables, Slavic proverbs, Aliyot-Nesiot to Erets Israel, folklore motives in the works by Shai Agnon and Bashevis-Singer; he also wrote about the Old Testament translation to Yehuash in Yiddish and more. His first publication was the story “Zosia Zehava” which appeared in the Mevoot journal. The bibliography of his writings was published in “Yeda Am”, volumes 28-29, 2003.

Publications

  • In the Ursa Major Circles, a novel, Maariv, 1971
  • Yearnings and Upheaval, a novel, Publishing House of Israel Ministry of Defense, 1985
  • Beyond the wooden bridge, poetry, The Haberman Institute, 1997

Editor of

  • Memorial Book for Stefan Town (Town Organization Publishing House), 1968
  • Lida Book, (Town Organization Publishing House), 1970
  • Our Town Zhetl, (Town Organization Publishing House), 2002
  • Popular sayings regarding reading the Torah by Gavriel Freudenstein, self-publishing, 1994
  • Cheshrat Sufa by Joseph Shamir, 1994
  • In the lanes of Life and Ways of Research by Avraham Keren, self-publishing, 1996
  • Yeda Am – A Stage for Jewish Folklore, the National Center of Jewish Folklore Researchers, Yeda Am, volumes 17-31, 1974-2005

Award

  • 'Aminoach Award for Poetry' 2005
  • Amos Foundation award to investigators and writers under the auspices of the President’s House, 1998
  • Awarded the Levi Eshkol Memorial Prime Minister's Prize for Hebrew Authors.

Extracted from Lexicon of Modern Jewish Writers 2006, published by Israel Hebrew Poets and Writers Association

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